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made my success outside of the establishment. that is how i did it. and they don't like that. and the right doesn't like me, either. >> president obama trying to fix his health care program. runs into a buzz saw of negative questions from the press corps. >> do you not believe, sir, the american people deserve a deeper, more transparent accountability from you as to why you said that over and over? >> why the media are now openly challenging his credibility. that "60 minutes" apology by lara logan for the botched story on benghazi. >> the most important thing to every person at "60 minutes" is the truth. and the truth is we made a mistake. >> why it was too little too late and further tarnished the program. i'm howard kurtz and this is "media buzz." >>> you know the drill. send me a tweet about the program @howardkurtz. >>> if any further criticism were needed from the mainstream media at president obama, look no further than this news conference. >> do you feel this has led to a breach in public confidence in government? >> you said if you like your plan, you can keep it. am
. then they said but one at a time. so we don't want -- melissa: obviously obamacare at the top of the agenda again today. it looks like we all may be able to keep existing health plans after all but what is the cost of that now? we start off by crunching the numbers for you because even when they say it's not, it is always about money. >> the bottom line is insurers can extend current plans that would otherwise be canceled into 2014 and americans whose plans have been canceled can choose to reenroll in the same kind of plan. >> hmmm. so, if you like your plan you can keep your plan, at least for another year. president obama announcing the big health care fix that will let insurance companies continue canceled plans through 2014. it is going to cost more money somewhere. could be coming from you. i bet it is coming from you. here to crunch numbers, former cbo director doug holtz-eakin. everyone will argue about the politics of this. this show is called "money." i want to drill down on numbers, what this really means, what it is going to cost. the first question i had after i heard the statement, y
of what you have heard today? why don't you surmise what you have heard in the last couple of days? >> this is one of the greatest management break downs one could find. we had the chief information and technology people working for the president on this signature project and to a person they would not take responsibility. in fact, when questioned they couldn't name the person who was responsible for this failure to launch and one of the individuals, mr. chow, implied there wasn't a failure. that it sort of worked. of course he wasn't one that got in or 240 that managed to sign up by the second day. i guess he doesn't know what failure is. >> let's go to some of the risk issues. >> the fact they launched it with navigators with no criminal background checks, we learned there was a memo issued and they found prior to the launch two memos and it said the threat and risk potential to the system is limitless. limitless. he never saw the memo? he's the chief project manager? congressman jordan, how is that possible? >> i think what's more scary is someone did see it. someone knew this s
of reasons. i believe in doing procedures that are necessary to make sure that we don't have tyranny by the majority, as some say. but this has become just down right abusive and is based purely on let's stop this president. for example, republicans claim president obama was trying to pack the d.c. circuit court of appeals. but the facts don't back them up. only one obama nominee has been confirmed to four nominees for bush and eight nominees for reagan. so how would he be stacking the court when he's only had one nominee that was approved and he was putting in nominations for empty seats? the seats need to be filled, angela. >> they absolutely need to be filled, but, rev, on a larger scale we need to be celebrating that today a substantial advancement was made. we can now bask in rnr which is the reid rule. we still have a major fight ahead. >> re-rule. not rest and relaxation. don't send the wrong message. >> we know you don't rest, rev. but to that point we now have a fair fight. we are now more on a level playing field. we know the constitution calls for majority rules. that is h
for years. it's not a bubble. i don't think the bull cycle is over. by the way, stocks today closed at new all-time highs. the dow up another 128 points. also this evening evening, president obama wrapping up yet another pep rally, cheerleading obama care and probably defending his falsehoods. this time he's in texas. we'll get the reaction from lieutenant governor from that state and perhaps an escape hatch from obama care you need to know about. >>> chris christie gets the really big wins he was hoping for in new jersey. dick morris joining us live this evening. the "the kudlow report," we begin right now. good evening, i'm larry kudlow, this is "the kudlow report." we're live here at 7 p.m. eastern/4 p.m. pacific. the twitter ipo will start trading tomorrow. kayla joins us now. good evening. what have you got. >> it came together before we came on air for "the kudlow report." twitter pricing at $26 per share. it's above the price range, above the increased range when they said they would raise between $23 to $25 for the shares selling to the public. $26 above even that heightened range.
when he said here's what i really meant and went on blah, blah, blah. i don't see that the president gets how important politically that was. >> we may have different definitions of apologies. maybe it's a partisan thing. i don't know. i thought an apology is when you say i'm sorry. i watch that had clip and i thought i heard him say i'm sorry. >> i thought he said he was sorry that people didn't understand what he was saying. and sorry that he may not have explained it right. i didn't hear him really say i'm sorry that i said i'd let you keep your insurance and your doctor and we went back on our word. i didn't hear that. i did hear the word sorry, i'll grant you that, but i thought it was a rather sorry performance. >> i think they might feel sorry coming next year because the beggar problems are yet to come. the small group plans got an extension because they renewed off cycle. so they won't start getting dropped until closer to the end of 2014. but i think the biggest problem is people will enroll and try to use the coverage and nip who was previously insured and now on an obama
of the quality -- >> the worst. >> the best doctors don't go near it, is that fair? >> that's absolutely fair. >> these people are going to be ma maltreated. >> it won't collapse. you'll have expanded medicaid. a shrunken exchange that works for poor people and sicker people. it will limp along. >> bob, let me just dispose of the numbers. the numbers look disastrous. are people expecting these numbers to just continue disastro disastrous. >> the numbers have changed in terms of the number of enrollments insurance companies are getting. let me put the numbers in another context for you. 27,000 people in 36 states is 25 people per day per state. in the state of florida and the state of ohio, that's 1 person per hour per day in florida signing up for healthcare.gov. i think one of the incredible stories here that's just not being focused on and reported is how cynical this administration is to tell people to keep try g trying. goodness, they have known these numbers. they knew one person in florida or georgia was getting through and they told them to keep trying. sebelius is kind of like a bagh
anything. >> why did it have to be snakes? >> don't answer yet. >> nobody in this room, nobody in this country, believes that republicans want to fix the website. >> protected by viper, stand back. >> could you please wrap-up. >> the american people do not want to see a kangaroo court here. >> kangaroo court is quite an accusation. >> i hope the gentleman from tennessee when he uses the term kangaroo court in the future will think better of making an accusation. >> protected by viper. >> this is a pattern that has to stop. ♪ >>> good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. you know, i learned a long time ago in this business, if you're going to have any kind of longevity at all, you've got to have two things. you've got to have a great wife and you've got to have a loyal dog. because if you're in this business long enough, you're going to say things about people at the end of the day, those are the only people that are going to be left that love you. so tonight, i'm probably going to sever a few ties with some democrats. but i think it has to be said. now, wo
an expanding economy. but with unemployment at 7.3% and inflation at less than 1%, i really don't believe that the fed is going to rein in bond buying for many, many months. but we'll debate that proposition later in the show. >>> plus, now he's sorry? five weeks into the obama care debacle and in an exclusive nbc interview yesterday, the president had this message for the millions who received insurance plan pink slips. was he sincere? you be the judge. >> i am sorry that they are finding themselves in this situation based on assurances they got from me. >> today, president obama changed the subject from obama care to the economy. interestingly, he had a good section on corporate tax reform. you know what? i love it. but will he really push for it? >>> and is the republican party in better shape than you think? following chris christie's commanding blue state victory, a series of polls shows the gop could be poised for more big wins in 2014. all that and more coming up on "the kudlow report" beginning right now. >>> good evening, everyone. i'm larry kudlow. this is "the kudlow report." w
ford said about the pinto or leon. look, it is -- i don't think it's the fault of tesla. sunny and a problem. -f you recall, the other electric company that failed failed partially because of fires. they just burn up in your house. that scared the grab by the people. in the technology. i think it's safer than suv. that doesn't matter. people in r&d is scared. we have not at all related to an accident gorgeous spontaneously combusts maps. faugh ron that with the good of your right ravitch had not leyna ready to review rea been wouldn't have -- and people -- >> we have then where it is not the scenario and it is not an accident. the stock will be a $20 per share because that is what it would be like if it is. melissa: he makes a good point on a percentage basis. it is insignificant. we're talking about to 107 percenter something. but it is three. it is similar. it is a momentum stock that is driven by love. it was up more than 400%. you know, when it hit its all-time high. a couple of things happened. the fires, earnings report that was less than was expected, sales of less than
trying to replace the sequester. the cuts have enemies on both sides of the aisle. democrats don't like cuts to head start and meals on wheels. republicans don't like the cuts to defense, which military leaders argued hurt the readiness of the armed forces. just ask former secretary robert gates. >> there may be a more stupid way to cut the budget than sequestration. if there is, i have not been able to identify it. these across the board mindless cuts that make no difference between what is important and what's unimportant is a crazy way to try and deal with the budget issue. >> so, can congress find a way to fix it or is washington's dysfunction destined to doom this effort as well? let's bring in two exerts. john avalon and my friend from cnn money. i appreciate you joining me. i hope it is better this time around. to you, john, sequester was supposed to be the poison pill. what about this time? >> that is right. every time we set out the self-imposed markers designed to scare congress, they have been managed to blow past it. the impulse to charge into the bayonette was a super fail.
's not usually just cisco. is it just cisco in this case? >> no, i don't think so. we saw some bad emerging markets news out of ibm last month. >> i thought that was ibm. didn't you? >> yeah, well, i don't know. china was a big part of that. other emerging markets were looking bad. it didn't necessarily seem like it was just an ibm issue. and i think chambers is underscoring that saying, we saw some ibm and we're going to see it from a lot more -- not everybody, but a lot more. >> we worry about revenue not growing enough. in this case, is revenue actually year over year declining? >> yeah, yeah. >> that's bad. >> analysts have been looking for an uptick of 4% in the fiscal q2, which is the quarter from a year ago. and cisco's guidance is down 8% to 10%. >> that's pretty staggering. >> because not only were the top five emerging markets down 25%, but the declines were accelerating towards the end of the quarter. so this is kind of -- >> what about the tapering? because if you think about all those emerging markets, they were impacted. >> it's the idea -- >> the concept. >> well, that was th
jersey. a ton of people talks about checks. this from jeff logan, i don't mind cash but [ music playing ] >> thank you for joining us, a little late. some of you have to get up at 4:00 in the morning. it's a terrible thing this morning. >> the right path. >> the beginning of the show, watch the show, i haven't seen the show, but the show emerged. >> two months before the election of 2004, i said, bush is bankrupting us, his foreign policy is bankrupting us, we will lose the next election and wreck the commitment i was called the rhino tlhen, now, i' being attacked saying, seriously, we shouldn't drive the beer truck off the cliff. i'm saying the same thing, i'm against big republicanism. >> you are saying these past ten years are all because we didn't listen to you? >> yeah, exactly. >> all right, good morning. it's wednesday, november 13th. you were very good. i wish you had actually changed your clothes this morning. >> oh, continuity. willie and i always say. >> i didn't foy that. >> if clothes are good enough to sleep in. >> look at you. >> hey, that's my denner from last nit. >> do
for many reasons we don't believe he deserves, especially when you look at current events today when you look at his signature legislation is falling around his ears. something that republicans said on the day we voted against it. >> all right, jay carney responded to this. i should point out the same jay carney that advanced the falsehood that it was a youtube video, and a spontaneous -- eruption that took place in benghazi. the same jay carney and the same jay carney that on other occasions said it is only 5% that are impacted by losing their plans. this is what he said, nobody should listen to this, earlier today during the press briefing. >> i'd ask if there is anything to this report. or anything that would knock down -- that interviews were faked in the bureau of labor statistics, on the unemployment numbers, is there anything -- >> i would refer you to census. that story is obviously misleading. i think a lot of people shed a lot of credibility in engaging in conspiracy theories last fall, about rigged jobs numbers. i have to tell you as somebody who has been here for a long time,
? >> a boomer what? >> boomer -- >> boomer esiason. he wasn't that fast, i don't think. they say it best exhibited the adaptive alacrity of a koala. >> must be an australian thing. >> without being anywhere near as cute as the koala. that's interesting. >> boomer may refer to animals, fictional characters, comics, video games. >> doesn't explain it. >> that's a large male kangaroo. >> that's what we were just told. large male kangaroo. so it doesn't have a pouch then? not all kangaroos have pouches? >> i guess you wouldn't need one if you were male, right? >> unless it was like vestigal. >> if you're male, i don't think you have one? >> i don't think so. unfortunately some of us humans -- you know. we're not carrying babies in our pouch. fisher -- mine's less than it was. you have nothing. fisher will vote next year on the fomz. he wasn't a voting member this year. meantime, one of this year's voting members, yes, jim bullard will join us on set at 7:00 for two hours and we may -- he may be a little different in tone and substance than plausser we talked to on friday. >> they're both haw
of his presidency in his public life. don't forget this is a guy who ran as the change himself. he said we were the change we're waiting for. he was the change. that meant he and his own story embody the idea of community in america. and because of that, he was ideally equipped to help bring that message and reality to the middle class in america and to people struggling to get into the middle class. that was the narrative he built with david axelrod. barack obama has to run a third campaign now and recover the narrative of who he is in relation to what he wants to see happen. which is american community of which the health care plan in its best hopes he wanted it to be. to get it there is the challenge, but to explain the big surround. i think he needs his people back to run a third campaign. >> the same people? >> the same people. i would bring axelrod because because he was the guy that did a great job of helping barack obama exchange his narrative. i think that's what barack obama has to do. he has to explain what he's doing there. what is the why of it? because it's the why that's
points by moderates. they keep relearning the same less some, but they don't absorb it. and i don't think they're going to absorb it. >> i think the definition of a zealot who after they lose said if they'd only done more. cuccinelli was the problem from day one. instead of saying we blew it by running too extreme they say the moderates didn't back the extremists. therefore it's moderate's fault. >> why are they so zealous? they hate rino. >> describe what that is. >> that's a republican in name only. they think the people that are bringing the republican party down. >> so the guy running for reelection in trenton should have gone down to richmond to campaign for the other guy. and since he didn't, it's his fault. >> the people who are the problem with the party didn't help. so that's the problem. cuccinelli, we talked about this last night, was about as good a tea party candidate as you can get. he had statewide name recognition. he's been working in virginia for years. and even so, he couldn't beat terry mcauliffe who i think is a rather tainted democratic nominee. so you can't blame th
post-hawk they are thinking, well, how can we fix this? i don't see how they fix this individual policy issue. as i said, the insurance companies, greta, moved on. they are businesses. they have to budget departments and they have to figure out the risk assessment. they already tried to figure out how to deal with obama care. you are going to tell the insurance companies some type of government order? it is not going to happen. fanta fantasy. bill clinton said it was a fantasy during the primary of 2008. off the cuff comment. bill clinton was right in 2008. >> i want to ask you about the obama care ads in the colorado consumer health initiative. encouraging women to take care of the obama care coverage of birth control. they certainly are subtle. show women talking about hot men and showing actor ryan gosling. >> i like hot men. >> as i said before -- >> you were going to talk about -- these ads, okay, are -- they are actually one -- one is more absurd than the other. i think if you ask president obama, you want your daughters to look at this. this is what young women should aspire sno
proposition, mr. president, but we spent three years coming up with this other plan. we don't think this is going to work. here's the louisiana state insurance commissioner jim donelon. >> he acknowledged each state has to do what it tkpaoepls appropriate and what -- deems appropriate and what its law requires relative to implementation. we had a great dialogue, no doubt about that. but we also came away agreeing that there was a lot of difference of opinion as to whether or not we can or should do what he urged us to do last week. >> they had the meeting. they loved being in the white house, probably got a tour. in the end they have to watch out for their own backsides and their own private companies. they warned the president, what he's proposing now would amount to different rules and different policies, might result in higher premiums, not good for you and you, without underlying concerns for gaps in coverage. florida likes it. it allows people to renew their coverage. in indiana they say they will adopt the president's proposal. new york said tpho*efplt california is to announc
cancellation notices do deserve and have received an apology from me. but they don't want just words. what they want is whether we can make sure that they are in a better place and that we meet that commitment. i'm the head of this team. we did fumble the ball on it and what i'm going to do is make sure we get it fixed. there have been times where i thought we were kind of, you know, slapped around a little bit, unjustly. this one's deserved. right? it's on us. but we can't lose sight of the fact that the status quo before the affordable care act was not working at all. >> crucial point that has gotten lost in the coverage over the last month. that part of the speech, the fumble the ball part, that's what got the headlines. but the most important thing that happened today was president obama marking a new chapter in the tempestuous frenemy-like relationship between the health insurance industry and his administration. from the very beginning, this has been one of the most complicated relationships in all of politics. up to and including the creation of the affordable care act, the insuranc
's -- i didn't lie. i don't smoke crack. i haven't smoked crack in over a year. >> that's semantics. >> joining us tonight, andrew sullivan. anna navarro. and robin, the rob ford we saw in that interview is that the rob ford you know so well? >> you are getting a chance to see vintage rob ford. after he was elected mayor he calmed down. his temper was even keel and in contrast to his ten years as a counsellor. >> how did you find him this week? the fact he is arguing it is just semantics. no reporter asked me the right question. >> typical media, you guys with your questions there. but to your point, i always used to brag i saw guns and roses play and now i've seen rob ford live. when you see his mood swings in person it's a staggering thing. that talking point about i never lied about it, he was ready to jump on that. he had misheard my question which was doesn't smoking crack in the first place indicate a huge lack in judgment when you are the leader of a city? but he -- it's this mixture of entitlement and a sense that everyone else is a hypocrite because everyone's getting hamme
this out. i don't know, with the lowest yet poll numbers -- >> that is what i want to talk to you about. the polls show the lowest job approval rating in his poll, 39% and this other poll about trustworthiness. and the numbers are just -- the shift is dramatic. here, put up the next poll if you will. asking if they believe the president is honest, it is a 13-shift swing from just a month ago, here it is, now look, 44% believe he is honest and trustworthy. 52% believe he is not. and look at the swing on that. >> it turns out if you tell people you intentionally misled you. they are willing to believe you. if you said i misled you and i'm sorry that is hard to get the trust back. so he is going to have to do something pretty big right now. >> all right, thank you. as if all of that is not bad enough for the administration. today, former president bill clinton said, as i mentioned that president obama needs to keep his promise to the american people. watch. >> so i personally believe even if it takes a change in the law, the president should honor the commitment to federal government and l
in pies. kind of gross to me. >> i don't believe that's what the real organization was going to be. the question is, where is the jacket? your jacket. >> over there. >> why, though? you go on for the first time in the history of show over there without a jacket and you do it without comment? >> i do it without comment. >> can you tell me, what were you thinking? >> i didn't think the jacket was looking great. >> you are so vain. you didn't think this one looked as good as your other jackets -- >> can it you, this says more about you than about andrew. >> because i'm obsessed. you are obsessive compulsive. >> the first time in two years. >> i said to myself, i don't like this jacket and then i took it off and what was the end of that. >> that's how it happened. it is big news. by far. i'll tell you, the must read, i love the headlines. my favorite thing today is the very top story, very first headline in the journal the fed released policy minutes saying they do plan to stop bond buying. >> at some point. >> you said it was qe. >> so is it possible that there was a proposal on the t
. you know, he's got a lot of -- >> i don't know if it was warren or -- >> right. berkshire's move. because -- but, you know, i'm sure warren knows what's going on when almost $4 billion. but it's one of those -- it's a very liquid stock and it's a lot of money, but not a lot for a $400 billion company or whatever exxon is at this point. but it's sort of so solid and so blue chip and, you know, they're going to keep finding oil and gas and we're going to keep buying it from them and running things. and it's just like a buffett -- you know, you don't have to be too -- you don't have to think about it too much. how many ice scars can be find? he tries and goes all over the globe. reminds me of ibm. but i don't know, it seems like it's maybe a better move than ibm, more of a no-brainer almost. i like what yellen said, too. just one comment about that. she said we will continue to ensure a robust recovery with our actions. it's like the one you've been able to orchestrate for the past three or four years. now i know that -- >> arguing counterfactual. >> the counterfactual is there, but
delivering two things many typhoon victims don't have. food and clean water. >> we had about 20 sites. people that have not had any contact before. probably double in the next doubleday's. >> a first look at the carrier's humanitarian mission. many houses had no roofs. others were destroyed. the moment our chopper landed residents formed a human chain unloading more than 150 boxes of supplies in a matter of minutes. >> a lot of small villages. luckily because of the ships we can access most of them. doctors deliver a truckload of medical supplies outside conditions are worse. contaminated water is a breeding ground for cholera and hepatitis. neighborhoods of the more than piles of debris. >> i think they need a lot of help. >> reporter: amid the rubble the smell of death. >> dead bodies are brought to the curb, put in body bags and then picked up by garbage trucks. >> mile after mile bodies line the streets. the debtor stacked high. a trash truck is the hearse. destroying more than property. for some it also took their dignity. another issue, some criticized local officials for allowing in co
healthy and buying somewhat expensive policies though they weren't using anything. those people don't have to go in. health care companies getting paid very little to then cover these very expense seven people. that's a very high cost. they are going to say, 8% above what we thought, a heck of a lot more than 8%, right? >> exactly. the original idea was to redistribute the potential losses or gains, also on the upside, most of us thought it would be losses. >> yeah. >> redistribute them among the insurance companies. it wasn't necessarily, if you believe people giveing a charitable view of this, wasn't intended as a bailout. given the problems we've had, no question it will end up as a bailout. if you go back and look what happened was this was ill defined part of the original bill. it is now been explained in a 100 of page rule or regulation. and basically the answer to these questions is, this is going to be, they don't have to worry about budget neutrality. this goes. >> i want to get to that because this show is called "money." we're not about politics. we follow the money where it's g
, because why wouldn't they want people to get that, you know, medicaid? why? >> reporter: we don't know if laura johnson voted for her new representative. we know her representative won by advocating for her health. joining me now is tracy washington, president and ceo of louisiana justice institute. tracy, how big a surprise was this result for louisiana's 5th? >> well, i think it was a shocker to most of the republicans out there. it was hope springs eternal for all rational democrats like me, and hopefully, rational republicans. >> do you think that the medicaid expansion played a pivotal role here? how big a part of the political conversation has it been in the state of louisiana? >> well, it's been huge, frankly, chris, because democrats and republicans were pushing this governor to accept this money from the federal government, and at the end of the day, i think what may have pushed vance over the top was the fact that, look, folks, this isn't free money. you paid for this. and in his stump speeches, he said, of course we want to accept this money from the federal government for m
are the reason, you have to go? several republicans including me have said that, i don't think any democrats have said. but you are seeing some khinks in thagin the armor. neil: do you think this thing, as we know it, the it is dead?al out, prohibited prices for folks, a lot of folks who are switching, it is not wit ready r primetime, they will start over or democrats fighting tooth and nail? >> well, i would certainly not say it is clear that it's either dead or up for major revisions, there is a lot of rhetoric, talk and promises, but no major changes to the law, the left is still dug in over it i don't think we can declare that victory now, at all. but this law certainly based on roll out is trouble. neil: reality is, many folks are paying more, about 4 million fewer americans have coverage since before the law became the law, now reports out yesterday, continuing today, tens of millions of americans on corporate plans might be jettisoned or placed into public exchanges a year from now. that does not sound like a law that is sort of picking up steam or helping people more. >> no, it is gone fr
. same happened the night before. they want to get out. they do not want to be in the area. they don't have a home. many lost residents and they don't have food and water. they just want to get on one of the military planes that's landing ever so often here at the airport and they want to go to manila. many don't have a place to stay. they just want it get out of the disaster zone. it is turning into a mass humanitarian air lift. every single plane leaving from here is jam-packed filled with survivors who are too trau traumatizez to stay and have nothing to stay here. >> in the next few weeks, are they even looking that far ahead and still trying to find people who died. >> not publicly. and i don't imagine privately. it is a disaster relief effort. they are trying to find survivors. trying to take away bodies. because many bodies are just lying by the side of the road. because they haven't had the manpower to now to move them more, just because of the sheer scale of this disaster. this is day three after the storm and have you health concerns coming up. you have health concerns of d
who'll be fine anyway even though they went on the website trying to get health care and they don't and then they don't pay the penalty. >> this includes people who will have available to them other means. [inaudible] ♪ ♪ >> of course, the obamacare website problem. [laughter] [inaudible] >> yes, we still can. [laughter] reporter: in houston today, joe biden was talking about the economy. lou: millions of you and millions of americans losing their health care insurance is creating immense problems all around. ben nelson is now ceo of the national association of insurance commissioners for some of them are refusing to enforce the president's picks because they worry that it will cause the president insurance rates to show so next year and this includes risk insolvency as well. lou: health care insurance exchanges in obamacare will have more problems than just a bad website. the dow jones crossing the 16,000 level during trading that fell during the final hours. the s&p is down six, nasdaq lost 37 points. and ordered to pay $1.2 billion to customers, this company has talked abou
people. the government considers these people irrelevant. we don't. hunted by the authorities, we work in secret. you will never find us. but victim or perpetrator, if your number's up, we'll find you. (terney) you won't believe what the swede has been doing-- going to the therapy. (simmons) how much does the therapist know? (hayden) are you resting comfortably? yes. but i should tell you that, i don't really believe in hypnotism. the act of hypnosis is freewill. for me to proceed, your mind must grant the permission. will it work on me the first time? most of my clients experience results in three to five sessions. so we'll work on your anxiety and paranoia gradually. see, mr. wren, hypnosis is merely relaxation combined with imagery. you experience it every night as you drift asleep, focus on a book, or miss your exit on the f.d.r. ready? i think so, yes. then let's begin. please pick up the tablet beside you, and choose an image that speaks to your emotion. oh, this one. i want you to close your eyes and form a mental picture of that image. picture the birds, the field. then one by
york post." >> we have another guest. going all in. i don't know. >> okay. >> holy cow. >> all right. stop that. >> it's horrible. in washington we have former white house press secretary and msnbc contributor robert gibbs. >> good morning. >> can i ask you something? can we start -- is there something else in the news other than the affordable care act? >> no. i think this is worth listening to. we need to put this in perspective. yes. we have toronto mayor in this block. if you zip it i'll get that in. can you do that? that's my dangling, i'll show the toronto mayor. >> but i have to sit and listen to more disastrous news. >> it's not that disastrous but not characterized well in the roll out and they are paying for it. because when you have robert gibbs stories of people get moved or upgraded or not able to go to their doctors that's going to get in the news and i'm surprised, i'm so surprised that wasn't considered as something they needed to make sure. 5% -- >> did you see -- >> i did. hell of a story on nick sabin. >> the gitmo story. he's talking about you know we aldo have co
to balance out all the orders. >> oftentimes ipos don't open at the order. >> what time did facebook open? >> facebook was way into the afternoon. the expectation is -- >> there were problems, but there's going to be a lot of people. >> right. 10:00 to 11:00 is not when. >> 10:00 to 111:00. >> it will open today. >> it will open today. >> no, he said -- when i -- i said who knows when it will open. he goes, i know when it's going to open. >> 10:00 to 11:00 is not knowing when it's going to open. >> the point is is that instead of everybody freaking out this morning when it doesn't open at 9:30 or 9:345 or 10:15 or 10:30 or 10:45 as i can imagine happening -- >> well, with an ipo, they have to put all the stuff -- my monitor, look at my monitor. >> ocd boy who can't handle things going out of walk -- >> it's like a picture on the wall. now that's too much. >> there. it's fine. for anybody who didn't know, joe has issues. if you want to get to him, leave the closet door open. >> if they've seen the show, they know. >> anyway, andrew, this is really -- i can argue a lot of different things.
,000. as for the state-run exchanges that have been working better less than 80,000 signed up there. we don't know how many, if any of the people have paid for the plans as opposed to saying they want them and putting them in the shopping cart. meantime tax-pair funded health care is popular. the medicaid roles spiking by nearly 400,000 people. look at the disparity there. the biggest number of all, now more than 5 million americans who have lost their health insurance despite president obama's pledge that if you like your health care plan, you can keep it, period. now those 5 million and maybe more have roughly 30 days to find something or they will start the year without any coverage at all come january 2014. marc thiessen is a former speechwriter for president george w. bush. put the numbers from perspective for us. >> the white house bragged today that 27 million people visited health care.gov since the launch. 27,000 have signed up. that's a fail rate of .1%. kathleen sebelius had the nerve to say the marketplace is working. if they were in a real marketplace and they had that kind of sales rate
? >> i don't think you can tell what will happen next year, but i can tell you this -- democrats stand tall in support of the affordable care act. >> simply put, that is delusional. also, bob woodward, he predicted this. >> it's a mess. clearly. but what it isn't, and i think you have to look at the question of motive and the president's motive here, even though there are deep problems with the implementation, he wants to do something good for 30 million people and get them health insurance. so this isn't watergate, this isn't clinton and monica lewinsky. >> i'm not saying it's a scandal. what it seems to be is rank incompetence. >> there's no question about that, but you see all of the stories and this frenzy out there, the game over, the presidency is over. some people are saying. i think that's not the case. but here's the other side of this, which i would agree with george will on, when you go down the road, it's going to get worse. because you talk to the experts and they will tell you that this is a money issue pit's going to blow a hole in the budget. >> a big hole. in fact, he'
dropped below 13. with only a little more than a month left in 2013, why don't we look at this year's returns? the dow is up more than 22% at this point. the s&p is up nearly 26%. and the nasdaq is up by nearly 31%. by the way, if those numbers aren't big enough for you, check out how far stocks have come from their march 2009 lows. the dow over that time period gaining nearly 145%, the s&p 165%, and the nasdaq nearly 213%. yeah. march 2009 lows, what a long way we've come. as you take a look at futures this morning, they're flat-lining at this point, probably unsure what to do after yesterday's big gains. as for the rates with the ten-year, at this point the ten-year is yielding 2.782%, so below 2.8%, but it's been rising and rising on the expectation that the fed is going to have to start tapering at some point, and that will eventually lead to higher interest rates. >> the obama rally's in full force. 2009. what happened in 2008? >> the election. >> yeah, that's right. here we are, baby. rich people are getting richer, though. that's the only problem. >> i know that's your new pr
and record highs to speak of. nicole: for 88 the ideal is so hot and we traveled these after the open, we don't say they're of 100%. we look at them and many of them have increases which are interesting to see. let's get to the floor show and bring traders in the conversation with the stock exchange, citigroup and the nynex. you look at charts, you limit the notion of it. and looks to be a very emotional in a positive way market. >> absolutely. the dow is a new highs. broader industry, bulls we traded 67 days ago so we are sort of stalling out of important data over the next few days. we have the ecb meeting, the gdp, friday's jobs report and the twitter idea. a lot of excitement about that but it is important. the dow was up, we're seeing an increasing amount of bullish sentiment. we see a 40 point spring between bulls and bears. we should 16.5% barris, the lowest since 2011. so heading into this bullish, and we see an increasing amount of complacency and nonchalance making it the worst behind us so we can close right through. liz: you are not concerned about the transports? that looks good.
, it was a two-hour meeting in the president was joined by vice president biden and chief of staff benefit don't know and jeffrey sine who assured the skeptical senators that the health care website will be fixed by the end of november. and saying it's absolutely unacceptable in this day and age that the administration can't deliver on the promises it made to all americans because of technical problems with the website. we should be appreciating the critical benefits of the affordable care act, but there is an understandable crisis in confidence because the administration has yet to get it off the ground. >> he doesn't return my calls all the time. but i think they really want to hear from us because we are on the ground, as we know, in our community. i have delivered that frustration on a regglar basis to the white house. reporter: finger from democrats may explain why the white house left the meeting of the president's public schedule for the day. it was only after senator started lashing out with press releases that word had leaked out. senator udall said that the president needs to push ba
is happening to your children as you're feeding these foods from overseas and they don't have to pass the same food standards. it's a kitchen table issue. >> there's no question about it. it is a kitchen table issue. >> i couldn't resist. >> thank you. politics nation with reverend al sharpton starts right now. >>> good evening, ed. and thanks to you for tuning in. new numbers on how president obama's health care laws is helping real people across the country. the health and human service's department says the law has gotten more than half a million americans positioned to have health care. more than 100,000 have chosen plans from the federal and state health care exchanges. and nearly 400,000 have been deemed eligible for medicaid. that is the reality of the president's health care law. half a million people who didn't have insurance before are about to get covered. that's what really matters. the problem with the website are serious. but they will be fixed. the white house says other tweaks to the law will be made sooner rather than later. but all republicans want to do is t
republican election. and he got there in no small part, thanks to hurricane sandy. but don't take our word for it. >> my pledge to you tonight is i will govern with the spirit of sandy. >> the spirit of sandy that christie evoked so many times last night is one thing. but the facts of the recovery are something else entirely. new jersey received billions of dollars in federal aid to rebuild, and 1.8 billion of that came from the u.s. department of housing and urban development to get people back in their homes. to get that money, christie promised that 60% of the funds would be reserved for low to moderate income households. right now, it appears that chris christie is breaking that promise. of course, we don't know for sure. >> fair share housing center, an advocate group says they're frustrated, and talks of the failure to provide the most basic documents, on why thousands of families have been denied the most basic necessaries since sandy. >> the christie administration has released no information on how the money is being spent. what we do know came out of a lawsuit that alleged that t
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